This position will maintain data in the grants database (ARCnet) by reviewing and applying amendments, completing close-out activities, and ensuring compliance with award provisions. Utilizing project management resources and ARCnet the Coordinator will track and analyze grants data to provide reports and updates to the Division Director. This position will also support and monitor grantees' operations, escalating potential issues to program staff.Learn more about this agency
- Apply knowledge of grants management policies and procedures to accurately and effectively coordinate lifecycle grant management activities to support a team of program managers and analysts.
- Input data into grants management database, ARCnet, such as amount of money requested, grantee information, specialist/coordinator assigned, title of the application.
- In collaboration with program staff, review and apply amendments to grants and update database/documents per policy.
- Support and monitor grantees' continuing operations to ensure compliance with the provisions of awards; as applicable, escalate potential problems (i.e. missed deadlines, missing information, etc.) to the applicable ARC program staff.
- Per grant agreement project timelines, manage the closeout process for final payment and outcome reporting.
- Track and analyze workflow data and grants data. Use project management technology and reporting databases to ensure accurate, timely and efficient information sharing, updates, and data reporting.
- Review, monitor and upload progress reports and payment requests sent by grantees to ensure consistency with scope of work and assigned budget.
- Provide initial support, research and data analysis in response to audits requests and reports.
- Provide data and analytical support for validation, filtering and research requests (extract and summarize project data).
- Produce reports upon request, primarily from ARCnet and usually related to staff requests for information about the number of projects matching a specific criterion (e.g., state, issue area), the number of projects, money spent, etc. Report requests may come from specialists, states, and other Divisions.
Occasional travel - May require some travel, about 20%, for events, conferences, programmatic travel, etc.
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